Robert Indiana

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Abrams, Sep 1, 1990 - Architecture - 232 pages
This is the first monograph on a major American artist, Robert Indiana, who came of age creatively in the pop era and who paints the American dream in letters and numbers. His material is the iconography of the American landscape-highway signs and commercial labels, traffic warnings, diners, juke joints, and pinball machines.

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Indiana (the surname is taken from the artist's native state) is best known for his "Love'' designs, which adorn galleries and other public places. This is an eye-catching survey of Indiana's ... Read full review

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